Workforce Management Magazine

Company Urges Co-workers to Get Hytched

Hytch COO John Bernard spoke with Sarah Fister Gale of Workforce Management Magazine on how companies, organizations, and municipalities can incentivize their staff to carpool to work. Studies have proven that most Americans are spending all too precious time in their cars – by themselves- to get to work. What could happen if employers created the […]

Carpooling apps ‘lyfting’ commuting burdens for employers

Three months ago, Onin began offering Hytch, a smart phone application that pays employees several cents per mile to carpool, to workers at a Nissan manufacturing plant in Smyrna, Tennessee. Thomas is hoping that Hytch will become a way to reduce the cost of transportation, and make sure employees keep showing up for work. Continue […]

Hytch Makes Carpooling Pay in Tennessee

Mark Cleveland understands how hard it can be to get people and companies to make sustainable choices. The startup he founded, Hytch, has a solution that’s taking off fast: cold hard cash. To put it simply, Hytch pays people to carpool, or otherwise team up on their daily commutes. Since launching in February of this […]

Ride-sharing startup Hytch Rewards pitches to industry

Carpooling can help commuters save money, make friends or reduce their carbon footprint. But what if it also could be harnessed for industrial development? That’s part of the momentum behind Hytch Rewards, an app-based ride-sharing startup that pays participants cash per mile for linking up on their commutes. See Article

Goodwill Partners with Hytch to Open New Avenues to Work

Rideshare App Provides Rewards, Helps Overcome Transportation Barrier (Middle Tenn.) — Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee has launched a partnership with Hytch, a Nashville-based tech company that tracks and rewards shared rides, to help its employees and clients overcome lack of transportation as a barrier to employment. Goodwill, a non-profit organization whose mission is changing […]